Charity Show: Doubt: A Parable

Spring 2014

February 27&28, March 1; The Student Theater

doubt poster

It’s 1964, and Sister Aloysius, an older nun at a Catholic church and school in the Bronx, is suspicious. She notices the priest, Father Flynn, is taking a special interest in the boy Donald Muller, and asks for the help of the young and idealistic Sister James in investigating Father Flynn’s intentions. Secrets spill or come close to so doing, the boy’s mother gets involved, and all the while, there is an undeniable sense of doubt in the air…

Directed by Eli Brenna
Technical Directed by Stephanie Bont
Assistant Technical Directed by Daniel Ehrenpreis
Produced by Marissa Kristy and Corey Steinfast
Asstistant Produced by Tehya Saylor,  Daniella Forero, and Sarah Kimball

The Cast

Sister Aloysius, Georgia Ladd
Sister Aloysius Understudy, Caitlin Donohue
Father Flynn, Aryeh Harris-Shapiro
Sister James, Jana Keller
Mrs. Muller, Brittany Kamson 



Performances will be held in the Student Theater at Agganis Arena on February 27 & 28 and March 1 beginning at 8pm. All proceeds go to Prevent Child Abuse America.

PCAA, founded in 1972 in Chicago, works to ensure the healthy development of children nationwide. The organization advocates for the existence of a national policy framework and strategy for children and families while promoting evidence-based practices that prevent abuse and neglect from ever occurring.

Tickets can be purchased at the door for $5 with a membership card or $6 general admission. All donations are greatly appreciated.

On the green line, take the B train to St. Paul Street and cross toward FitRec and Agganis Arena. The student theater is located in the passage between these buildings.

Feel free to direct any questions to!

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